BlueScope Steel has launched a sustainability website which features in-depth information on steel’s sustainable credentials and showcases sustainable solutions for building, infrastructure, mining, energy and manufacturing.
Australia's greenest homes will open their doors to the public for the ninth annual Sustainable House Day on Sunday 12 September.
BlueScope Steel partnered with Clean Up Australia and the Carbon Reduction Institute (CRI) to run a nationwide competition in Better Homes Gardens.
This home in Mirboo, East Gippsland, Victoria is roofed in COLORBOND® steel Surfmist®, walling and fascia and guttering made from COLORBOND® steel in colour Deep Ocean®
The Carbon Reduction Institute is committed to enabling every individual and organisation to take real and effective action to reduce their impact on the climate.
Modest yet strikingly sculptural, Yallingup house in Western Australia has been designed as an energy efficient and lightweight home that sits perfectly on the sloping land on which it is built.
Situated on the fringe of Tasmania’s famous southern forests just south of Hobart, Mike Cleaver’s national award winning Eco Castle is an eco-friendly contemporary family home.
Making environmental sustainability a practical part of everyday living and building will now be a lot easier for people in New South Wales with the opening in February this year of the Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living.
The Ecovillage at Currumbin on Queensland’s Gold Coast, is Australia’s first self sufficient residential community of its size